How to Collect When You Win a Lawsuit in California

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Your court judgment is only worth the paper it's printed on — unless you can collect it.
After you win a lawsuit in California Small Claims, Municipal or Superior Courts, you still have to collect your money. How to Collect When You Win a Lawsuit shows you how to locate ...
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Overview

Your court judgment is only worth the paper it's printed on — unless you can collect it.
After you win a lawsuit in California Small Claims, Municipal or Superior Courts, you still have to collect your money. How to Collect When You Win a Lawsuit shows you how to locate debtors, find out what they're worth and claim your money.
The book gives you detailed information and instructions to collect from:
* bank accounts
* wages
* business receipts and assets
* real estate
* stocks, bonds, jewelry, furs, coin collections and other personal property
* money that others owe the debtor, including sums payable to the debtor as an independent contractor
How to Collect When You Win a Lawsuit contains step-by-step instructions and all the forms you need to collect most California and out-of-state judgments and support orders when assets or debtors are located in California.
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Los Angeles Times
The euphoria of winning a judgment in court can quickly evaporate in the face of the harsh reality that the court will not collect your money for you. [How to Collect When You Win a Lawsuit]...gives step-by-step instructions and forms for getting what is owed.
Los Angeles Times
The euphoria of winning a judgment in court can quickly evaporate in the face of the harsh reality that the court will not collect your money for you. [How to Collect When You Win a Lawsuit]...gives step-by-step instructions and forms for getting what is owed.
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Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1—How To Use This Book
Chapter 2—When to Start Collecting
Chapter 3—Behavior to Avoid When Collecting
Chapter 4—Creating Liens on Debtor's Property
Chapter 5—Getting the Debtor to Pay Voluntarily
Chapter 6—Determining What the Debtor Owns
Chapter 7—How To Obtain a Writ of Execution
Chapter 8—Savings, Checking and Money Market Accounts
Chapter 9—Proceeding Against the Debtor's Wages
Chapter 10—Levying On Obligations Owed to Debtor By Third Parties
Chapter 11—Levying on a Going Business
Chapter 12—Levying on Motor Vehicles
Chapter 13—Levying on Tangible Personal Property
Chapter 14—Levying on Real Estate
Chapter 15—Collecting Post-Judgment Costs and Interest
Chapter 16—If the Debtor Files for Bankruptcy
Chapter 17—What To Do If the Debtor Dies
Chapter 18—Help From the Judge: Seizure, Turnover and Assignment Orders
Chapter 19—Dealing with an Out-of-State Judgment
Chapter 20—Renewing Your Judgment and Real Estate Liens
Chapter 21—After the Judgment Is Paid
Chapter 22—Finding and Serving the Judgment Debtor
Chapter 23—Getting Additional Help
Appendix
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